The Luxembourg Bridge towering out of the Petrusse Valley.
Overlooking the grund of Luxembourg.
Enjoying a sweet red pepper stuffed with cheese.
The weekly market had tons of fresh items.
The famous Palace of the Dukes still occassionally remains as home to the royal family.
Tight security here.
Erin with the Petrusse valley and the Adolph bridge.
Me, sporting my American-looking shoes.
Erin getting her mid-morning caffeine high from a local dealer.
Two words: Adolph Bridge.
The viaduc in the Petrusse Valley was a beautiful two mile walk.
Old Luxembourg bridge within the Petrusse Valley.
Attack of the 50-foot Erin... No, it's actually a model train track used by hobbiests.
More old brick walls.
The historical grund area of Luxembourg, and the Alzette River.
Almost a great BW photo... except for the intruding car.
Near the Bock Casemates, viewing the Neumünster Abbey.
nside the historic Bock Casemates that were built primarily in 963 A.D. by Count Siegfried and later used to fortify an existing castle, which parts are still visible. The casemates contain thousands of feet of tunnels and passage ways wich provided protection and battle positions throughout history.
Boefferding, the Budweiser of Luxembourg. Diekirch is also brewed in Luxembourg.
At the Colony Bar for a drink...In this photo (left to right): Swedish, Finish, British, and Canadian. They were friendly folks.
Enjoying a drink before dinner.
Bistro de la Presse. This was a great little bistro, the woman walking was the bartender, cook, and waiter... it was quite amusing. She hummed a tune the whole time.
One of the city squares.
Adolph Bridge at night
Walking on the Adolph bridge at night
This was a historical bank, in the Garer Quartier.
Overlooking the grund of Luxembourg at night.
On the government building square.
Another old building.
Quiet street in the grund area.
Going up the Pafendall and Fort Thungpen.
Some old walls Pafendall and Fort Thungpen.
Erin was trying to see if anyone was home.
Finally, after another 2-mile walk, we made it to the MUDAM Museum of Modern Art.
A large, interesting exhibit that intrigued our minds.
...and you could climb up this exhibit.
Erin is also a work of art.
Meditating in solitude.
Back to the fortress walls.
Only a couple hundred years older than my house.
Putting some wallpaper over the negative space.
Some wildflowers in Ed J. Klein Park, which surrounded the western parts of downtown Luxembourg.
Others enjoying some of Ed's flowers.
This is actually a nursing home.
Art? or a Holy Dome.
Somebody was inside.
Contemporary buildings begin to intergrate within the old ones.
You'll see this in many store fronts.. The Duke and his Dutchess. Apparently the buy the rugs at this store.